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Latinotype Pack of 9 Fabulous Font Families.

This is simple awesome, Mighty Deals have released a bundle of one of my favourites type-foundries: Latinotype. Latinotype is a type-foundrie based on Chile with a team of very talented designers, many of their fonts have been featured here on betype, like the Trend Family which was on of the best fonts of the past year (and is included in this bundle), another one is Four Seasons made it in the list of best fonts and is included in this bundle. Just the normal price of one of this font families is more expensive than the whole bundle. Now you can get 9 beautiful families for $37 (almost 90% off). Even you can take the webfont version for extra bucks.

Get it here: http://bit.ly/latinotypepack



betype:

Powder Script by Fenotype (35% introductory offer).

Powder Script is a showy brush style script family of three weights -regular, bold and black plus matching Ornament and Pattern set. Powder Script is packed with almost 800 glyphs per weight and is full of features. To activate alternate characters click on Swash, Stylistic or Titling Alternates in any OpenType savvy program or manually select from even more characters from the Glyph Palette.

Inside each weight is a set of block capitals that you can activate by turning on Small Caps. You can use Small Caps to create evenly lined text blocks to support your design.

Engage Powder Ornaments and Powder Patterns to complete your designs while using Powder Script.

Get it here: http://myfonts.us/ay1pC3




betype:

The Inspirational Creative Font Collection (including webfonts + extras).

This massive font bundle brings you a stellar collection of 12 families of  best-selling creative fonts, with huge variety and endless creative potential. The bundle includes creative extras packs, web fonts and fully extended licensing. This is your chance to enjoy a mix of classic, enduringly popular fonts, as well as all new best-sellers, all for 92% off.

Check it here: designcuts.com


typeverything:

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McGuigans 20th Anniversary Edition packaging by Stranger & Stranger.
via World Packaging Design Society.

typeverything:

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McGuigans 20th Anniversary Edition packaging by Stranger & Stranger.

via World Packaging Design Society.



lalondes:

wes anderson movies taught me that fucked up horrifying tragic living circumstances are no excuse not to carefully maintain a cute pastoral aesthetic at all times

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visualvibs:

The Retro/Vintage Design Bundle.

If you want to beef up your design tools in one fell swoop, this deal clearly has your name on it. Chock full of 11 different retro/vintage design bundles from Cruzine Design, you’ll instantly find yourself drooling at more than 200 different design elements. Like what? Like high-quality, professional logos, badges, ornaments, frames, shapes, buttons and more! Each comes in editable Photoshop files, with most also including .AI and .EPS files so you can easily customize the size, shape and color! The price is real vintage too! You can get this entire collection for a mere $22.

  • 11 Graphic Design Bundles
  • 200+ Design Elements
  • Retro/Vintage Styles
  • Fully Editable and Scalable

Download it here: http://bit.ly/retrobundle

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bencumber:

Doctor Who: positive lines

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goodtypography:

Interstellar by Burim Loshaj.

Interstellar is inspired by science fiction movies and writings. My initial idea for the font was to be used for signage and user interfaces that would appear on spaceships and bases. However, Interstellar is very flexible and can be used in many creative ways. For example, it is perfectly suited for graphic design applications ranging from editorial, corporate, web, interaction, and product design.

The font contains 400+ glyphs which includes uppercase letters, numbers, symbols, accented characters, and multiple language support. Check it ou

Download it here: http://myfonts.us/f5KiW3

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visualgraphc:

Dig Deep by Deepa Pawar

visualgraphc:

Dig Deep by Deepa Pawar